After 40 years of research on Darwin’s finches, Peter and Rosemary Grant have written their valediction
By Joel Achenbach ’82
Peter and Rosemary Grant are members of a very small scientific tribe: people who have seen evolution happen right before their eyes.
Professor Michael Graziano ’89 *96 develops a new theory of what it means to be conscious
By Mark F. Bernstein ’83
Michael Graziano ’89 *96, an associate professor of psychology at Princeton, has proposed a new answer to an age-old question: What creates that...
Musical theater expresses our struggles for community, says Tamsen Wolff
By Eveline Chao ’02
The halls are alive with the sound of music — the halls of McCosh, that is. That’s where Professor Tamsen Wolff teaches a course on the history of...
Give your money away, build your own table, and make chocolate a ritual
By Graham Meyer ’01
Research has shown that more money leads to only slightly more satisfaction with life. “It doesn’t have as big an impact as we sometimes think,”...
University says it expects to meet sustainability goals
By Dorian Rolston ’10
In February 2008, Princeton University adopted an ambitious set of environmental goals 2020. Envisioning the campus as a “living laboratory”...
Alumni views on decade-long policy sought as A’s soar across the country
By Paula Wasley ’97
As a faculty committee continues its review of the University’s grading policy, alumni and others in the Princeton community can weigh in on the...